Oregon Department of Transportation’s $70 million project to reconstruct a congested and obsolete interchange was completed under budget and a year ahead of schedule through innovative and automated techniques. The project reduced congestion with a wider bridge, more travel lanes to accommodate over 36,000 vehicles, and new ramps to better access I-5. The project also improved mobility for pedestrians and bicyclists traveling along and across the highway, and provided better transit connections with a new park and ride facility. Crews also added a welcome sign, landscaping, lighting and noise walls to welcome visitors and make the area even more attractive for economic development.
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I managed the NEPA process for this project. Go team go!!